Friday, August 21, 2015

Museum director carefully curates a home in a former Methodist church

STLYE BLUE PRINT 
By Heidi Potter
A first glance into the great room
KENTUCKY---Walk down East Main Street in Louisville and you will notice a beautiful church on the corner of Main and Shelby streets. It’s no longer a working church and is currently being used for commercial and residential space following a $3 million renovation. Three apartments and an event space can be found inside the beautiful Gothic Marcus Lindsey United Methodist Church at 801 Main St. It is this space that Speed Art Museum Director Ghislain d’Humieres decided to call home when he moved here almost two years ago. [link]